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         Wisconsin School Media Centers:     more detail
  1. Elementary school media center services for the gifted in one Wisconsin county by Robin Huiras, 1985
  2. CESA level summary of Wisconsin public school media programs in 1973 (Evaluation report / ESEA Title II) by William Pichette, 1973
  3. The status of Wisconsin public school media programs in 1973 (Evaluation report / ESEA Title II) by William Pichette, 1973
  4. A survey of the practice of intershelving print and nonprint media in Wisconsin public schools by Dorothy Twesme, 1974
  5. The status and longitudinal development of Wisconsin non-public school media programs (Evaluation report / ESEA Title II) by William Pichette, 1973
  6. Using the high school library media center: A high school credit course...1/2 unit by Shirley E Johnson, 1975
  7. Library/media program planning ;: A design for building level IMC development in Wisconsin schools by Lyle Eberhart, 1973
  8. Matrix for curriculum planning in library media and information skills education (Bulletin) by M. Elaine Anderson, 1989
  9. Annotated bibliography of research on mass media science communication by Sharon Dunwoody, 1991
  10. A report of perceptions of censorship of IMC materials in 1982-83 from a state-level perspective: Survey by Dianne McAfee Hopkins, 1983
  11. Adolescents, parents, and television violence by Steven H Chaffee, 1971

1. University Of Wisconsin-Madison School Of Business
The University of wisconsinMadison school of Business, a top-ranked school with leading graduate (MBA, MPA, PhD), undergraduate, and executive education programs. Schedule a Tour. Recruiters. media Contacts. Map and Directions Urban Land Economics. Academic Research centers. Career Services
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2. NCEF Resource List: Library And Media Center Design--K-12
guidance on building superior school library media centers by outlining conceptual plans from of existing combined school and public libraries in wisconsin; examples of alternative
NCEF's resource list of links, books, and journal articles on the design and planning of K-12 school libraries, including sample city and state guidelines, and resources on technology requirements.
Creating Library Spaces: Libraries 2040.

Bruijnzeels, Rob
(In: Libraries for Life: Democracy, Diversity, Delivery. IFLA Council and General Conference: Conference Programme and Proceedings (68th, Glasgow, Scotland), Aug 18, 2002)
ERIC NO: ED472852 ; Building Libraries and Library Additions. A Selected Annotated Bibliography. ALA Library Fact Sheet Number 11. (American Library Association, Chicago, IL, 2002) This fact sheet provides references to tools, resources, and advice to manage a library building project, whether large or small. 10p. Library Security Guidelines.

3. School Libraries In Wisconsin
wisconsin Instructional media and Technology Homepage Information on school library programs school District Library Pages. media centers - Converse County school District
School Library Pages in the United States
School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages School District Libraries State Departments of Libraries ... Resources for Librarians
School Library Pages District Library Pages State Library Pages Resource Sharing Networks ... Other Web Sites School Library Pages

4. School Libraries Media & Public Library Programs
school Library media Public Library Programs. WSRA Position Statement The wisconsin State Reading Association believes that school library media specialists and public the educational process. school library media centers and public library collections
WSRA Position Statement The Wisconsin State Reading Association believes that school library media specialists and public librarians play an integral role in developing reading proficiency and in nurturing a desire to read in children and young people. Therefore, WSRA believes that the following characteristics are essential to accomplishing the goals of the district reading program.
  • Educators at all levels know the school library media specialists and public librarians in their school and community and understand the roles they play in the educational process.
  • School library media specialists, public librarians, teachers, and reading specialists collaborate in selecting resources appropriate to the developmental and maturity levels of their users.
  • School library media specialists are included on committees concerning reading programs and curriculum development.
  • School library media specialists, public librarians, teachers, and reading specialists are aware of intellectual freedom principles and documents, and actively support the written, formally adopted District Materials Selection Policies and Materials Reconsideration Procedures when challenges occur.
  • School library media specialists, public librarians, teachers, and reading specialists integrate instruction about using libraries and resources into all grades and subject areas to enable students to locate and use resources effectively and to evaluate a broad range of information and ideas.
  • 5. Design Considerations For School Library Media Centers
    Summary This document discusses the design considerations for school Library media centers Design Considerations for school Library media centers. Here are a few suggestions for planning the location and design Copyright State of wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
    Design Considerations for School Library Media Centers Here are a few suggestions for planning the location and design of a library media center in a school building:
  • Try to locate the library media center as close as possible to the following areas:
    • The study hall, to permit easy entry and return of students.
    • The theater or auditorium, to provide good access to projection and taping equipment and to other graphic and audiovisual support services.
    • A computer laboratory, to permit access to additional computers and peripheral equipment.
    • The teacher workroom, to encourage teachers to use the center and to put equipment and resources within reach.
    • The outside, to permit easy delivery of materials and after-hours access.
    The shape of the library media center should be as nearly square as possible and free of walls to permit good supervision and to encourage the most efficient use of space.
  • Noise generating activities can be housed in one large rear area rather than in a series of small rooms, Such activities would include production of graphic and audiovisual materials, group study, storage of periodicals and equipment, and library materials processing. It is good to have at least one conference room and a small office where privacy can be assured.
  • An enclosed stack area with a single entrance controlled by a charging desk is preferable to single-faced bookshelves mounted to surrounding walls. This enclosed stack area will encourage students to check out materials before taking them to a table. The stacks can also serve as a screen to separate activities. One or two small work tables might be included in the stack area near the charging desk to permit short-term reference work.
  • 6. Master's Programs In School Library Media Centers
    media centers. Master's Programs in school Library media centers (From UWMadison school of Library required for certification in the state of wisconsin. Preparation in library and
    Master's Programs in School Library Media Centers
    Master's Programs in School Library Media Centers (From UW-Madison School of Library and Information Studies Bulletin) To qualify for careers in school library media centers, students require preparation in two professional fields, librarianship and education. A valid teaching license is required for certification in the state of Wisconsin. Preparation in library and information studies includes course work in the core courses, children's and young adult literature, administration of the school's library media center, audiovisual materials and services, computer applications, field experience, and others. This specialty may require additional credit beyond the basic 42 credits. The students' programs are planned individually with the academic adviser to meet the certification requirements of various states. Contact the admissions adviser for information and referral to a faculty adviser. ID: UPBLB-4.2. Created by, 2000-02-29 13:15:56

    7. University Of Wisconsin-Madison School Of Business
    The University of wisconsinMadison school of Business. Information for Current Prospective Students. media. Information about The school of Business.
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    8. WEBLINKS: LSC521 School Library Media Centers - Fall 2000
    LSC521 school Library media centers. Southern Connecticut State University Design Considerations for school Library media centerswisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction
    LSC521: School Library Media Centers
    Southern Connecticut State University
    Fall 2000 WEBLINKS Bill Derry, adjunct

    Wednesdays 5:00-7:30 Buley Library, Room 423
    URL: HOME TEXTS SYLLABUS ... Certification Issues in Connecticut Collaboration and Leadership History of the School LMC Collection Development School Organization Scheduling ... Mission, Vision and Goals Program Planning Roles and Responsibilities of the LMS Information Literacy (The Big6) Job Descriptions Reading Incentive Programs ... Library Power Parents, Volunteers Information Literacy-General Public Relations Information Resources Faculty Related Services National and State Standards
    Grant Writing Professional Resources/Organizations ... POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS FROM THE CLASS Administration: Managing personnel , Evaluating the program

    Issues in school Library media centers Institute. Southern Connecticut State University Design Considerations for school Library media centerswisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction
    I LS 693
    Issues in School Library Media Centers Institute
    Southern Connecticut State University
    Summer 200
    August Morrill Hall - Computer Lab - Basement - Rm 013 HOME TEXTS/TOOLS S CHEDULE ... LINKS Links for Teachers and Library Media Specialists A Administration of a library media program
    Authors - Children's Literature
    P Primary Sources
    Professional Magazines

    Problem Based Learning

    Professional Organizations
    B Books and Publishers
    Budgeting and Ordering for LMSs
    Q The art of creating Questions? Quizzes, Puzzles, Games, Crosswords, etc. C Certification Issues for LMSs Collection Development - School LMCs Connecticut Websites Curriculum R Research and Evaluation Roles and Responsibilities of the LMS Rubrics G Grant Writing Graphic Organizers S School Library Media Centers - Facilities Planning School Library Media Centers - HISTORY School Library Media Centers - Scheduling I INFORMATION LITERACY (including Big6) Intellectual Freedom S School Reform Efforts School Websites (Coming Soon) K Keypals S Standards L Lesson Plans T Technology M MEDIA-NEWS, RADIO, etc

    10. School District Departments Of Libraries
    Services; school Library media centers Yakima school District. wisconsin Eau Claire Area school District media Services - Eau Claire;
    Pages Maintained by School District Departments of Libraries/Media Services
    School Libraries on the Web : Main Directory Directory of US Web Pages State Departments of Libraries National Library Pages ... Resources for Librarians Countries: Canada United Kingdom United States

    11. WBDG | School Library
    an emerging issue in school media center design. As outlined in Classrooms, Library media centers, and New Technology, a study by the wisconsin Department of

    12. MAME: Library/Media Resource Sites
    The NCA standards, including how they affect school library media centers. while others are for school libraries, and From the State of wisconsin Department of

    Library/Media Resource Sites
    ALA's Library Weblinks
    This American Library Association page has many library-related links.
    ALA's Position Paper on Appropriate Staffing for School Library Media Centers
    Official position paper of the American Library Association.
    ALA's Position Paper on the School Library Media Supervisor
    Official position paper of the American Library Association.
    Awesome Library's Librarian Page
    This page includes links to other sites of interest for librarians, such as lesson plans, clip art pages, and other sites specifically for librarians. Very inclusive.
    The Big Six
    The official site.
    Book Talks Quick and Simple
    From Nancy Keane. Includes book talking tips. "These short book talks are intended to be used by library personnel and teachers. Currently, there are over 600 book talks in the database. I have included bibliographical information for your convenience. Many of these books have been issued by different publishers so the book talks are not necessarily edition-specific. I have also included grade Interest Level (IL) and grade Reading Level (RL) of the books when the information is readily available in standard sources."
    Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Resources for Librarians
    Links to information about book publishers, book reviews, calendar of events for librarians, libraries and the Internet, library science sites, news and magazines, organizations, and other areas of interest for librarians.

    13. Bibliography
    wisconsin State Department of Public Instruction, Division of Instructional RESTRICTIVE ACCESS TO BOOKS IN school LIBRARY media centers IN GEORGIA.
    BIBLIOGRAPHY Barron, Daniel D. "Censorship: Your Move in a Serious Game." SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA ACTIVITIES MONTHLY, vol. 7, no. 7, pp. 48-50. March 1991. EJ 423 313 Discusses issues of censorship, includes resource materials, suggestions for further action including examining policy statement and involving teachers and students. Burress, Lee. BATTLE OF THE BOOKS: LITERARY CENSORSHIP IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 1950 TO 1985. Scarecrow Press, 1989. Compiled results and commentary of many studies of school censorship conducted by Professor Burress of the University of Wisconsin. Cerra, Kathie Krieger. "Teachers' Attitudes about Intellectual Freedom and Books in the Elementary School. May 1991. ED 362 893. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Reading Association (36th, Las Vegas, NV, May 6-10, 1991). Twenty percent of the teachers never participated in selection of books; 59% taught in schools with no written selection policy; 70% of teachers would alter text of an award-winning book in reading it aloud if it contained language that might be offensive; 60% would not purchase favorably reviewed books that might be risky because of subject matter. Clarkson, Frederick, et al. CHALLENGING THE CHRISTIAN RIGHT: THE ACTIVIST'S HANDBOOK. Second Edition. Institute for First Amendment Studies, Inc., a992.

    14. ALA | School Library Media Centers And Intellectual Freedom
    Center, school of Education, University of wisconsin – Madison and Trustee, Freedom to Read Foundation, 19921996; Fran McDonald, Professor, Library media
    Intellectual Freedom

    First Amendment

    Statements and Policies
    ... Intellectual Freedom Manual Chapters from Fifth Edition
    School Library Media Centers and Intellectual Freedom
    Dianne McAfee Hopkins Dianne McAfee Hopkins is professor, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin - Madison. She is also faculy coordinator, school library media program. She is the 2001 recipient of the American Association of School Librarians/SIRS Intellectual Freedom Award.
    As the first library that many children and young adults are introduced to and use on a continuing basis, school library media programs play a vital role in promoting intellectual freedom. Intellectual freedom issues arise in many broad areas of school library administration and operation. School library media specialists should consider the intellectual freedom implications of their role as a resource specialist; how they provide intellectual and physical access for students; how their collection development policies address intellectual freedom; procedures for handling challenges to school library resources and services, including student access to the Internet; professional practice; and how they might appropriately promote intellectual freedom as an aspect of a free and democratic society.
    As views on schools and schooling evolve, so does the role of the school library media specialist in preK-12 education. The notion of textbooks as the only major resource used in teaching has been replaced in many learning environments with a resource-based teaching approach. In resource-based teaching, a recognition of individual student learning styles, as well as student variation in background, ability, and interests, results in a multi-faceted, multiple resource approach to learning.

    15. Distance Education And The Changing Role Of The Library Media Specialist
    media centers, and database vendors. Largescale distance education programs, especially at the secondary school level, have been implemented in wisconsin,
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    Distance Education and the Changing Role of the Library Media Specialist by Schamber, Linda This article is based on "Distance Education and the Changing Role of the Library Media Specialist," by Michael A. Burke. When classes are conducted via communications media with little face-to-face contact between teachers and students, as is the case in distance education, problems are inevitable. Distance education is so depersonalized and distance education courses so tightly structured that students can feel stifled and lose motivation. Library media specialists can help by taking a proactive role in distance education efforts, from instructional design to media resource development to inservice training for staff. NEED FOR CHANGE Demographic and economic trends point to major problems for public education in the coming decade. Foremost among these trends is the inverse relationship between increasing K-12 enrollments and declining workforces. At the same time that many members of the currently aging workforce will be retiring, school systems will be hard pressed to hire replacements due to a decrease in eligible college graduates. These graduates, especially women, will also have a variety of other career options. Thus fewer teachers will be available to teach fewer courses, a situation that is likely to affect special populations of students most. These populations include an increasing proportion of black and Hispanic students, and students in small and rural schools. Finally, and most importantly, public education is experiencing a funding crisis exacerbated by a general lack of electorate and federal support for public education among a graying national population.

    **. wisconsin Dept. of Public Instructions, Instructional media and Technology (nd). Design considerations for school library media centers.
    3 Semester Hours (5 PM - 7:30 PM) Fall 2000 Instructor: Leticia Ekhaml Office Location: 148 Education Annex Office Hours: Tuesdays 12:30 PM to 4:30 PM Wed. 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM Telephone: 770-836-6558 - Dept. Secretary 770-836-4446 - Office 770-834-6430 - Home E-mail: Fax: 770-838-3088 Distance Support: ... COURSE DESCRIPTION : An overview of the procedures in planning, administering and evaluating a school media program. This course meets at least 60% of the time via WebCT - a two-way interactive on-line course system.
    Through this course, students will demonstrate progress in the achievement of two NBPTS propositions that form the conceptual framework for advanced preparation programs in the College of Education. This course will enable the student to begin the development of a portfolio that could be submitted for National Board Certification. Proposition 1. Recognize the individual differences of students and plan intervention accordingly. This course will help students recognize and appreciate the role media resources play in tailoring instruction to meet individual needs.

    17. West Virginia And Wisconsin Designated "Five-Star Policy" States
    Classrooms and school library media centers get state Representatives of the West Virginia Department of Education and the wisconsin Department of

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    Advertising Center General Information Rates and Specs: Reading Today Reading Teacher JAAL Convention Programs (currrently being updated) Card Decks Exhibits Ad Reservations Request an Advertising File ... Exhibitor Information West Virginia and Wisconsin Designated "Five-Star Policy" States by International Reading Association Education Policies Guarantee Students Five Reading Rights For Release: February 13, 2004 Contact Making all children competent readers and writers is an enormous challenge to schools. This task is easier when states formulate and implement sound educational policies. The impact of state or provincial policies on reading instruction is what led the International Reading Association (IRA) to establish the Five-Star Policy Program, a two-stage/two-year process. States or provinces are nominated by reading professionals, and policies are evaluated in five areas: Teacher quality.

    18. Table 418.--Selected Statistics On Public School Library/media Centers, By State
    Selected statistics on public school library/media centers, by state 96.2 (5.3) 75.2 (7.8) 1,692 (73) 19.08 (1.7) wisconsin .. 57.6(4.4
    site index Digest Contents Complete List of Tables View Tables by Chapter: Appendix Table 418. Selected statistics on public school library/media centers, by state: 1999-2000
    NOTE: Percentages are based on schools that have library/media centers. Standard errors appear in parentheses. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), "Public School Library Media Center Questionnaire," 1999-2000; and "Public Charter School Questionnaire," 1999-2000; unpublished data. (This table was prepared October 2002.)
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    19. What Is The Library Science Program?
    home campuses for the University of wisconsin System school students for beginning positions in school library media centers, competencies developed
    What is the Library Science Program?
    The Library Science program at UW-Superior educates students to be leaders in information services and the use of information technology. UW-Superior develops competent, confident, and creative professionals who enjoy the information field and can instill this value in others. More specifically, the program: * Prepares students for information age technology
    * Prepares students in the application, politics, and rhetoric of information technology
    * Prepares students to be active participants and leaders in the teaching and learning process
    * Educates students to be leaders in information services
    * Fosters an enjoyment of learning, research and exploration in the information field
    * Develops skills that lead to sharing this enjoyment of learning, research, and exploration

    20. U.S. Department Of Education Funded Service Providers For Wisconsin
    Werley, Director Parents Plus of wisconsin PO Box states, local educational agencies, school library and K12 classrooms, library media centers, adult literacy

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